Nashik, Oct 21 (UNI) CPI-M general secretary Prakash Karat has said action should be taken against those involved in provocation.
''Action should be taken against those involved in provocation as per the law. Whoever it is, action should be taken and it should be taken by the Maharashtra government, not by others,'' Karat said in an interaction with journalists after a public rally here last evening.
Terming the Tata Motors project at Singur as an 'important' one, Mr Karat said that after the withdrawal of Tata Motors, investment in West Bengal has not stopped. Two major steel plants are coming to the state. People know that there was no fault of the government.
Some parties worked against people's benefit and development. People will take their decision, he added.
About the Batla House encounter, he said if necessary and possible, inquiry should be held in the matter. He also demanded that fuel prices should be lowered in India as the global oil prices have decreased.
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